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Nutrients and structural dynamics of conifer needles in south Sweden 1985-1987



Nutrients and structural dynamics of conifer needles in south Sweden 1985-1987



Meddelelser fra Norsk Institutt for Skogforskning 42: 157-165



The results are summarized of soil sample analyses and analyses of nutrients in needles from 33 spruce and 9 pine stands in Scania, southern Sweden. Soil samples were collected in late autumn 1984 and needle samples were collected from the seventh whorl of branches in 1985 and 1987. Five age classes of shoots were examined for needle loss, occurrence of frost/fungal damage, green algae, yellowing and needle flecks.

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